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Default Outlook 2007 and Tasks Syncing With Blackberry

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Hi,

I have a Blackberry Curve and I am syncing with Outlook 2007. Everything is syncing fine. The problem I have is that my tasks keep popping up on the blackberry curve so that if I want to make a phone call or do something else, I cannot do it.

Instead, I have the choice to "open, mark completed, mark in progress, or dismiss." I don't want to do any of that. Since I have anywhere from 80-150 tasks pop up daily this gets annoying. Is there a way to stop that on the blackberry without affecting Outlook 2007 on my pc?

By the way, thanks for the help on picking a blackberry. It seems to work better than my Treo.
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